Wednesday, May 18, 2022
HomeClimate411NASA Goddard Scientists Begin Studying 50-year-old Frozen Apollo 17 Samples

NASA Goddard Scientists Begin Studying 50-year-old Frozen Apollo 17 Samples

-

For Elsila, “it’s very cool to think about all the work that went into collecting the samples on the Moon and then all the forethought and care that went into preserving them for us to be able to analyze at this time,” she noted. 

- Advertisment -

Related Articles

Air Conditioning a Human Right… Because Climate Change?

Guest “Goods and services aren’t rights” by David Middleton HEALTH & FITNESS | MAY 16, 2022 2:29 PMWhy Air Conditioning Should Be a Universal...

The ESG Community Lacks an Understanding of What Crude Oil is Used For

Products from crude oil are the foundation of modern society and few consumers are willing to give up those benefits. Access to inexpensive, abundant...

Can California Really Achieve 85% Carbon-Free Electricity By 2030?

So the message to Californians is, invest some hundreds of billions of dollars of taxpayer and ratepayer money over the next eight years in...